Abstract:In December 2008 Sweden liberalised its labour migration law to an open demand‐driven system. Employers can recruit any non‐EU third country national from abroad for any skill level, provided they have advertised the position beforehand and prevailing contractual conditions in that occupation are respected. This review analyses the impact of the reform, as well as the efficiency and the effectiveness of the new labour migration system in Sweden.
Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: December 1, 2011